Melani Nanai, who is scratched in the picture last year, will enter the Worcester Warriors.
The talent dancing of some of the most famous rugby stars in New Zealand shows that no signal has allowed Worcester Warriors supporters to Verify that they are Blues recording and the Auckland Melani Nanai device.
The 25-year-old Samoan show will accompany it; An English Premier club for the next campaign when the New Zealand season is ready later this year.
Nanai was a leading player in the Auckland side who won the Mit Cup 10th of October last year and has started regularly for the Blues since the start of his Super Rugby in 2015.
Moving to Worcester can see that Nanai is a connecting to the former airline and Auckland Hurricanes, Michael Fatialofa, who went to the Warriors last year.
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"I am delighted with the opportunity to try to prove myself in the First Minister and to be part of the sounds as an exciting new time for the club," said Nanai in a statement.
"I know at least Warriors Worcester players and I have not heard good things. I am happy to meet the team and work with team staff.
"I am very grateful to the Auckland, the Blues and Rugby of New Zealand for what they have given me since I moved to New Zealand and it's hard to get so many friends, teammates and family.
"My wife, Bridie, and I recently married and we expect our first child, so it's going to be a big year for my family and we are really looking forward to the beginning of this next chapter. "
Worcester has often been struggling in the vast part of England and his / her; Seventy 11th from 12 teams defeated this season after four and lost nine of their 13 matches.
Also on their books are the former Bryce Heem Heads and Auckland was born in the international English language of Ben Te.
Nanai said Worcester said they would go with them for the next season, for his 50th appearance for the Blues against the Sharks in Durban this weekend.
"It's an amazing news for the club that Melani will be joining us next season," said Alan Solomons, Worcester's rugby leader.
"He is a rugby player completely, and he is the same at home on the shield or backbone. The X factor will give us a valuable contribution as long as we Move forward and our supporters are involved in the next season. "